Nick Plummer went to Bloomfield Hills’ Brother Rice High School. Plummer started his freshman year on the varsity baseball team. As a junior, he hit.573 with eight home runs and 34 RBI (RBIs).
In 2015, the American Baseball Coaches Association honored him as National High School Player of the Year. Plummer has committed to playing collegiate baseball at the University of Kentucky.
Plummer began the 2021 season with the Double-A Central’s Springfield Cardinals. On July 8, he hit three home runs, including a two-run walk-off, in a game against the Tulsa Drillers, becoming only the second Springfield player (after Nolan Gorman) to do it in a single regular-season game.
St. Louis awarded him their July Player of the Month after he hit.326 with six home runs, five doubles, one triple, and 21 RBIs while reaching base safely in all 24 games.
On August 7, he set a Springfield record by reaching base in his 33rd consecutive game, overtaking Tommy Edman, who had done it 32 times in 2018.
How Old Is Nick Plummer?
Nick Plumber is currently 25 years old.